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   Simpson, Chenevey. New. (CC)  

    November 14, 2012
    12:00 - 12:30pm EST  

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well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee and even hot cocoa and you'll always find your favori. with so many choices, keurig has everyone's favorite. and i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig. >> live and in hd, this is abc 7 "news at noon." on your side. >> and the laurel walmart just open after its manager were shot in an apparent robbery. >> this happened earlier this morning near sunrise near the bw parkway. john gonzalez has been there all morning. it seems similar to what happened at the taco bell and the columbia. have a police commented on any
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blank? >> you are right. police have not officially confirmed these are very similar in nature. two managers shot. the first happen sunday morning at the top john boehner in columbia, and the shooting here early this morning at the wal- mart being described as a commercial armed robbery. the suspect you are left evidence. >> i heard about the shooting on the radio while i was dri >> imagine the terrifying ride as she came to pick up her son who works at the walmart overnight. a drive she makes every day but on the statius emotional. >> it doesn't give me a good feeling right now. >> were some along with other employees and customers were inside the store when a 28 year old manager was accosted by a lone gunman. the masked gunman demanded cash and forced the manager outside and shot him once in the chest and then police made a startling discovery not far from here. >> there was a vehicle and the
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area, we are treating that as a possible suspect vehicle. no one was allowed in or out of the parking lot for several hours. >> really hectic. backed up. >> all of them were eventually killed by other managers to stay quiet. we found shocked and confused customers. the suspect described as a white male is still on the loose. it took an undisclosed amount of cash from the store. the victim transported to prince george's county trauma center in serious condition. he is expected to survive. >> i am praying for the best. >> police also going through surveillance cameras. this 24 our walmart has since reopened but some of the customers tell us there will definitely not be down here shopping late at night or early in the morning. reporting live, john gonzalez
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, abc 7 news. >> and murder investigation under way. around 4:00 a.m. police were called to 37th street. this after someone heard gunshots, there they found a man was shot to death. his identity has not yet been released. so far police do not have a description of any possible suspects. >> 12:o prepared the special cut expected to take center stage in about 90 minutes when the president will hold his first news conference. abc 7 will carry that live. after that the president will meet with several ceos to talk about the economy and the deficit. he will then meet with congressional leaders on friday. there 48 days to come tax increase and deep spending cuts would take affect. of course abc 7 oppose a lot coverage of the news conference starts at 1:30. our senior reporter scott thurman will be there. watch for his report tonight on abc 7 news at 5:00 p.m.
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the david petraeus scandal sure to cause some questions for the president. and the woman at the heart of this scandal. >> in new developments as we wait for the president to speak on the issue we learned, david petraeus will testify about the attack there in libya, no date has been scheduled. much of the focus remained on his personal life and the affair that brought down his cia career. >> on capitol hill congress is hoping to learn more about the widening scandal involving david petraeus and general john allen. lawmakers want to know if his affair was with paula broadwell. or a female extenders' created any threat to national security. >> it is very important that they do look into this. >> leon panetta says while the investigation is ongoing, people should reserved judgment. >> no one should lead to any
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conclusions. he has my continued confidence. >> a first view of paula broadwell. neither woman said to be and what is speaking out but we do feel from kelley in a 911 a call. >> i am a council general. i have inviolability. so i should -- addition not be able to cross my property. >> all of this a major distraction for the hearings on the hill this week of the attack in benghazi. even though he resigned from his post, david petraeus now agreed to testify about the attacks. >> i know you are interested in hearing from him. >> when david petraeus el testify remains unclear. pan and john allen's promotion has been put on hold. back to you. >> thank you. the abc 7 wed team has put up a
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special photo gallery to help you track all of the key players. you can find it right now on wjla.com. >> united states military now demoting the former head of the west africa command, is stripped of his fourth start and will retire as a lieutenant general after the inspector general found that used military vehicles were shopping trip and billed the government for lavish trips for him his wife and staff members. this will cost him $30,000 a year in retirement benefits. >> house democratic leader nancy pelosi it plans to remain minority leader. she made the announcement this morning. colleagues have said that the job as hers to turn down. >> a demand for tougher regulations after the meningitis outbreak that killed 32 people and sickened hundreds more. jummy olabanji in the newsroom with what has to be done now. >> families say justice must be
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served and harsh penalties must be handed down. congressional leaders told us the questions they want answered is -- could this have been prevented? >> the answer seems to be yes. >> congressmen and others on capitol hill want to know who knew what and when about the dangerous steroid injections that we now know had killed 32 people and sickened more than 400 people across 19 states. for husband died in september. >> i wanted these people to know what kind of person has perished because of their lack of concern. >> she is talking about the new england, counting center, the massachusetts company where federal officials said the contaminated steroid shots were made and distributed. the president of the company was called to testify that he answered every question like this. >> i respectfully declined to answer on the basis of my constitutional rights and
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privileges including the fifth that state's constitution. less widely did not talk, several lawmakers did representative edward markey says he supports legislation that would allow the fda to regulate companies like this that many manufactured drugs in one state and sell them across the country. >> that is the only way to ensure that proper legislation is put in place and we do not see a repetition of this catastrophe. >> maryland resident is one of the victims who survived purity said his health will never be the same and he once necc to be forced to answer to the federal government. >> if it is proved that they are guilty, and i think it every penalty that can be brought against them. >> lawmaker said what legislation passed as soon as possible. no word on whether or not that will happen during a session geared in the newsroom, drea olabanji, abc 7 news. >> thank you.
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a cold start to the morning. things of a warm up a little bit. let us check in with the jacqui jeras and see a much warmer it is going to get. >> not a lot. it looks great. but we do have a brisk wind. our temperatures might be 46 at reagan national but it feels like 43. and look to the west, still 39 in petersburg, 37 and cumberland. 36 in winchester. pacs the skies are clear so is absolutely beautiful. but the north wind will give us on the cool side, not just today. but for a nice spell of cool weather. it will block everything out of our area. traveling today? not showing any delays at the airport at this time here our express forecast, sunshine and 50 degrees at 3:00 p.m., 48 at 6:00 p.m., and 39 at 11:00 p.m. we have some spectacular photos
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from last night. from the belfort furniture weather center, back to you. >> thank you. still to come here on news at noon, hundreds of thousands of toyotas and united states being recalled. including the popular press. what is the problem? and what models are involved? >> and the unsolved murder of this virginia tech student. >> i got it when my internet here
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used in a jump. among these jumpers is a double amputee. and we will have a his story tonight. you not want to miss it. that is starting at 5:00 p.m. the great site. >> we are following a developing story from the middle east. that is where forces had killed the commander of the hammad military wing. kenneth god air strikes have killed six people in response to days of heavy rocket fire from gaza. >> a public plea for answers in the 2010 slaying of virginia tech student morgan. 20-year-old student disappeared in october 2009. remains found in a hayfield in january 2010. in an open letter, a police and asks anyone with information to come forward and do the right thing. a baltimore county woman in the
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hospital after a house fire. it is part at 1:00 a.m. this morning firefighters and there were met with heavy fire on the first and second floor, because of the fire still under investigation. >> and the man who accused the was a alamo for having sex with him when he was a miner says he lied. -- and the man who was accusedwho accused the voice of elmo -- >> and thay have voted to hike fees on the dulles toll road. there are expected to go from $2.25 to $2.75 next year. it will increase to $3.60 in 2014. the new rate increase will take effect on january 1. the money will be used to help pay for the metro line.
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>> a walker union station will put you face to face with an unusual sight. the american diabetes -- the display is to consult with diabetes day, which is today. they say it has become a national epidemic and the that the states affecting more people than breast cancer and aids combined. >> it is definitely a cold day out of their. plan accordingly. >> it looks so great. >> is a psychological. >> but it feels a little cold. we caught that sunshine the coming on up this morning on the beautiful time-lapse. at that. look at the beautiful rays. we had just a little bit of mid- level cloudiness. and that was it. things cleared on out. i do not have a cloud in the sky at this time.
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clear skies do need cool temperatures -- due to me and cooler temperatures. the wind a little brisk. you can go ahead and drop the temperature by three, maybe five degrees and that is the temperature your body will be feeling from the combined a fact of the wind and the cool temperatures. 43 in dallas. 43 in gaithersburg. and have some cool images of want to share. this one from the solar dynamics observatory, you can see the solar flare, a couple of what we see m class loeffler's admitted yesterday and it created a beautiful display of the northern lights. this is a photo a buddy of mine in northern minnesota sent to me. look into the green and purple colors. they even saw that in ohio. unfortunately, we did not see it here. but we are in an active solar
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cycle and is expected to peak in 2013. it is possible we could see some of that around here. we will keep you posted. clear skies, are cold front well offshore. high pressure to our north will be dominating our weather. the high is like to be blocking everything out the next couple of days. there's an upper level disturbance to our west that will probably bring us a little bit of cloud cover. i do not think reduce freezeout any rain. that will stay to our south east. cool temperatures. our high between 45 and 50, 10 degrees below average. tonight clear and cold. most areas will be any upper 20's to low 30's. let us take a look at the seven day. we will gradually warm a little bit and will make the mid 50's by the start of the weekend. we have been talking about the coastal storm, the latest model
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showing in is more likely to stay offshore and just bring us some clouds. i have the little rain drops there to give you a heads up in case we see more changes, we are still looking at a good four or five days. >> thank you. >> abc 7 now giving you everything you need to get your news the moment you wake up. >> good morning. let us rise and shine. >> that is cynné simpson waking you up with our new 87 alarm clock iphone app. and in addition, you also have the latest news and traffic right there on the home screen. visit wjla.com/mobile to download the free iphone app. if you get tired of us, the regular alarm towns are there to. choose whatever you like. 12:18. coming up, caught on camera. a chase comes to the end when the suspect is following an ambulance. >> what started all of this and
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how the ambulance crew and their patient are doing. that coming up next. >> coming up tonight, just imagine getting parking tickets for something you did not do, for vehicles you did not own. makes matters worse that someone else has the same license plate number that you do. this nightmare is exactly what happened to one maryland man. se
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>> stand clear. >> tragic into a high-speed police chase and crash in georgia, caught on police-board camera. police said they think people and a toyota or suspicious when the officer turned the lights on, they took off and the driver got up to 100 miles per hour before rear end in the ambulance. all four people in the car were killed, the ambulance riders escaped with minor injuries. >> if i started after the mca employee said the girl was playing her music too loudly.
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the driver and suspended until they finish their investigation. >> and a higher judge hopes publishing will teach a driver a big lesson. she was caught on tape driving past a stopped school bus in cleveland. the judge a fighter and suspended her license and ordered her to stand at a corner 40 days with a sign that says only an idiot would drive on the sidewalk to avoid a school bus. she ignored the passerby's during her time. he is supervising the punishment today. >> toure-year-old man now be on a giant is recalling cars because of steering shaft and water pump problems, those recalls cover more than one dozen models dating back to 2000 including the press and corolla models. 670,000 of the recalled vehicles
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were sold in the united states. >> the lineup now set for next week's dancing with the stars. and some the celebrities do not include jill and christie. many were surprised by jill's loss. but christie has been at the bottom of the ratings. alcoa emmit is still around. and jacqui jeras is back with a fina
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>> this likely comes as no surprise to anyone who saw magic mike but now it is official, kenny is sexy. >> the 32 year old channing tatum says he is the sexiest man. he follows last year's bradley manning. >> forecast for today looking great.
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